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Kamil Muni Temple :
The temple dedicated to Saint Kapil Muni is the principal attraction of Sagardwip. After a holy dip in the water, pilgrims go to the temple to offer prayers to the Saint. The temple, along with four other temples got destroyed in a storm in 1960s. The Kapil Muni Temple was the only one that got restored. It is believed that after attainting salvation, Kapil Muni came back and passed on the divine knowledge to his mother.
The Sagar Beach :
The Sagar Beach is located at the tip of the Sagardwip, or Gangasagar, as some people call it. The beach is flooded with thousands of tourists every year as they make their way to Sagardwip for a holy dip in the Ganges. The beach otherwise is a calm, soothing place to enjoy a sunset.
Bharat Seva Ashram :
The Bharat Seva Ashram is a small ashram run by a trust in Ganga Sagar. The ashram has a small temple and it offers accommodations to its guests. The Ashram is one of the most trusted places for a room in Ganga Sagar.
The Sagar Lighthouse :
The Sagar Dwip has a light house, in the vicinity of the beach itself. The lighthouse gives you a beautiful view of the surrounding place and is open for tourists to access. Also, for all those photography fanatics, This lighthouse is the perfect place to capture this earthy town.
New Digha :
Digha is a small beach town located in West Bengal. One of the most famous beaches in this city is the New Digha beach. Lying about 2 kilometers away from the Old Deegha beach, this destination is a man-made attraction. It’s preferred by tourists owing to its easier accessibility, larger expanse, and lesser crowd density. The soft sands of the New Digha beach make up for a lovely weekend getaway. Tucked away in southern West Bengal, this destination is a quaint holiday spot to spend time in the tranquil lap of nature.
Talsari Beach :
Lined with coconut and palm trees all along, Talasari beach is famous among sea food lovers for the delicacies it offers. The place has an amazing view with all the stretches of greens peeking through the mountains and the rivers. Talasari is less frequented by people, making it ideal for solitude seekers. For adventure lovers, discovering all this untouched beauty will surely be a rewarding experience.
15 km from Digha, Shankarpur is a virgin beach with a lovely view of the beach surrounded by local fish boats and rows of tress giving visitors the perfect Kodak moment. Near the beach, there are also a few temples in Shankarpur.
Temple at Chandaneswar :
Situated at a distance of 6-8 km from Digha, Chandaneswar Shiv temple has mythology and folklore depicting its creation and history. The temple plays host to a huge annual fair on the first day of Oriya calendar and sees an influx of a large number of tourists every year.
Dakhil Darwaza :
A very important monument, located in Gaur, Dakhil Darwaza is a surviving ruin of an old castle from the 15th century. The gate itself is a gateway to a fort. In the south-east corner of the fort, high wall encloses the ruins of an old palace. The gate is also popularly known as Salaami Darwaza as cannons used to be fired from it.
If you wish to explore the rich and diverse history of Bengal, Gour is the place for you. Located along the banks of the holy river Ganges, this is one of the oldest residential colonies existing in the state. Although the place is now in ruins, its unique history and magnificent architecture are more than enough to attract tourism from places far and wide. This settlement was the capital of ancient Bengal and was also a center of political and state affairs relating to the realm.
Firoz Minar :
The Minar is located a kilometer away from the Dakhil Darwaza. Built during Sultan Saifuddin Feroze Shah’s rule, this five-storey tower is often touted as Malda’s Qutab Minar.
The first three storeys of the tower have twelve adjacent faces each, and the uppermost two storeys are circular in shape. The tourists can take the flight right up till the top of the tower. It is built in the Tughlaqi style of architecture and is also known as the Pir-Asha-Minar or the Chiragdani.
Adina Dear Park :
About 20 km off Malda is the Adina Deer Park. The park is an excellent place to witness numerous deer in their natural habitat. Cheetals or Spotted Deer and Nilgai are the two most famous species here. The park is governed by the forest department and also serves as a home for numerous migratory birds.
Hili is mainly known for its beautiful landscapes. It is situated near the India-Bangladesh border at a distance of 25 km from Balurghat.
Bollakali Temple :
The Bollakali Temple is located in the Bolla village that lies on the Balurghat-Malda Highway, which is 20 km from Balurghat. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali and Kali Puja is conducted in this shrineevery Fridayafter ‘Rash Purnima.’ A fair also takes place on this occasion, for three days. During this time, the temple is visited by thousands of devotees from different parts of the district.
College Museum :
Balurghat College Museum is a small public museum located within the premises of Balurghat College, the district headquarters of South Dinajpur District. The museum has a few stone inscription that belongsto the early medieval period and the 11th century inscription of Nayapala from Gangarampur.
The museum also includes antique collections like ornamental stones, terracotta artefacts, coins and sculptures of the Pala-Sena period. Two of the inscriptions that have been deciphered, reveals the religious beliefs of the Pala period.
The small forest of Sarongbari is popular as a picnic spot. It is almost 20 km from Balurghat. Though there is no provision for accommodation, the forest provides drinking water supply and small huts to the tourists.